Comedy • PG • 1967 • 1 hr 46 min
It's like a Hallmark directed by a guy that hasn't lost his will to live
Iconic, quirky, neatly scripted, perfect length, well acted, has a supreme soundtrack and is stylistically decades ahead of its time.
The interactions between Ben and Mrs Robinson steal the show. It has many moments of satisfying uncomfort, a true classic.
a 1960s classic, with great performances by all.
Creepy story, but very entertaining and is a classic for a reason. Hoffman is great in this.
I invested in plastics. It did not work out.
Humor, stellar acting, great music and a solid script. You really understand why it is a classic.
One of the greatest films of the 60s, and a great introduction to Dustin Hoffman. Anne Bancroft ain’t bad either
I can’t believe I hadn’t watched this before now. Dustin Huffman’s awkward comedic acting makes it an instant favourite.
Fantastic! Amazing shots, unique atmosphere and the music. Didn’t expect to have some good laughs. In a way an interesting social criticism
Private eye Jake Gittes lives off of the murky moral climate of sunbaked, pre-World War II Southern California. Hired by a beautiful socialite to investigate her husband's extra-marital affair, Gittes is swept into a maelstrom of double dealings and deadly deceits, uncovering a web of personal and political scandals that come crashing together.
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